This is one of a series of interviews initially completed (circa 1995) by the Milton Historical Society (http://miltonhistoricalsociety.ca) as part of the production of the book "Milton Remembers WWII 1939-1945". The date commemorated the 50th anniversary of the end of WWII. Ten years later (circa 2005) a series of new interviews were completed to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of WWII. Several veterans of Milton and the surrounding community were interviewed by MHS staff to document their experiences in Milton, their service to Canada (or other allied force) and the impact that this had on their life. This is the interview of Reginald Wright, a veteran of the Second World War but not an original from Milton, from Georgetown at the time of the interview. His service was as a Ship Signaler, in the British Royal Navy. The interview was conducted by Anne Taylor on March 13, 2006.
For further information on the men and women of Milton Ontario Canada who served in the Canadian Armed Forces, please refer to the Milton Historical Society web site at http://miltonhistoricalsociety.ca/miltonsoldiers/, or contact the MHS at firstname.lastname@example.org as required. The audio tapes are held in the MHS Archives at 16 James Street, Milton Ontario Canada L9T 2P4.